Dr. Kevin Campbell

Psychologist

License #PSY17864

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San Francisco & Berkeley, California (415) 505-6821

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Present Occupation

Psychologist - Private Practice
San Francisco and Berkeley, California
I work with an adult population with a wide variety of diagnoses including mood disorders and anxiety disorders. I use a combination of solution-focused therapy to address current problems and cognitive-behavioral approaches to ameliorate symptoms and facilitate change. I specialize in working with gay and bisexual men addressing identity issues, sexuality, body image, HIV, family issues, and the anxiety and depression often associated with difficulty in these areas. I also specialize in working with gay male couples.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, Clinical Psychology
California School of Professional Psychology - Alameda
1005 Atlantic Avenue
Alameda, California 94501
APA Accredited Ph.D. Program
Clinical Psychology
Dissertation: Relationship characteristics, social support, and masculine ideologies in gay male couples.
My Dissertation - PDF Format
Master of Arts - Clinical Psychology
California School of Professional Psychology, Alameda
1005 Atlantic Avenue
Alameda, California 94501

Bachelor of Arts
University of California, Irvine
Irvine, California 92717

Supervised Experience

Post Doctoral Fellow
Counseling and Psychological Services
Stanford University
Counseling and Psychological Services provides comprehensive services to the diverse Stanford student population.
Responsibilities: Provided initial consultations and assessments, crisis intervention, brief counseling for individuals and couples, workshop and group facilitation, and consultation and outreach. Co-facilitated a support group for gay graduate students.

Psychological Assistant
Supervisor: Dr. David Riland
San Francisco and Berkeley, California
Provided individual psychotherapy in a private practice setting to an adult, college population in Berkeley and San Francisco. Specializing in work with gay and bisexual men in individual and couples therapy.

Pre-Doctoral Intern
Counseling and Psychological Services
University of California, Berkeley
Counseling and Psychological Services provides comprehensive services to the diverse U.C. Berkeley student population.
Responsibilities: Provided initial consultations and assessments, crisis intervention, brief counseling for individuals and couples, workshop and group facilitation, and consultation and outreach. Co-facilitated a general therapy group and a drug and alcohol group. Presented cases in case conference.

Psychological Intern
University of California, Berkeley
Counseling and Psychological Services
Counseling and Psychological Services provides comprehensive services to the diverse U.C. Berkeley student population.
Responsibilities: Provided initial consultations and assessments for UC Berkeley students. Co-facilitated a support group for gay undergraduate and graduate students. Provided brief individual counseling. Presented cases in case conference and participated in dialogue regarding the clients of other clinicians. Participated in a multicultural training seminar.

Psychological Intern
New Leaf - Men's Mental Health Program
New Leaf is the primary mental health agency for the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender populations in San Francisco. New Leaf serves a multicultural population with a wide variety of issues including HIV infection, panic disorders, depression, surviving sexual abuse, and substance abuse.
Responsibilities: Provided individual short-term solution-focused therapy. Performed intake evaluations, case management, and participated in case conferences and case presentations.

Psychological Intern
Sunset Mental Health Services
Sunset serves a broad based, ethnically diverse population of severely disturbed patients with diagnoses including chronic Schizophrenia, major affective disorders, and severe personality disorders.
Responsibilities: Provided individual and group therapy to clients diagnosed with thought and mood disorders. Performed psychological testing and intake evaluations.

Teaching Experience

Instructor - Statistics
University of California, Berkeley
Responsibilities: Taught introductory statistics course.
January 1999 to June 1999

Teaching Assistant- Psychodiagnostic Assessment
California School of Professional Psychology, Alameda
Dr. Eric Morganthaler
Responsibilities: Provided assistance and instruction on the administration, scoring and interpretation of the MMPI-2, Rorschach, WAIS-R, Trails A & B, Thematic Apperception Test, Bender Gestalt, and, WMS-R. Provided consultation to students regarding the integration of test data and report writing.
September 1997 to June 1999

Teaching Assistant - Cognitive Assessment
California School of Professional Psychology, Alameda
Dr. Bruce Smith and Dr. Kimron Hardin.
Responsibilities: Provided weekly training and assistance regarding the administration, scoring and interpretation of the WAIS-R, WISC-III, WMS-R, and Bender Gestalt. Provided consultation to students regarding the integration of test data and report writing.
September 1996 to June 1997

Instructor - SPSS
Taught students at CSPP to use SPSS for Windows.
Responsibilities: Organize weekly lectures, create and evaluate assignments.
January 1996 to June 1998

Professional Training

Seminars

Therapist Self-Care
Kaiser Permanente
Oakland, California
February 2004

Understanding and Using Emotional Intelligence
CMI Education Institute, Inc.
San Francisco, California
January 2004

Alcohol Dependence
ProDev
Online Course
November 2003

Intimate Partner Abuse
California School of Professional Psychology
Alameda, California
November 2003

Buddhist Meditation for Psychotherapists
California School of Professional Psychology
Alameda, California
November 2003

Interpersonal Psychotherapy in the Treatment of Eating Disorders and Body Image Disturbances
Kaiser Permanente
Oakland, California
October 2003

HIPAA Compliance
APA Insurance Trust
Online Course
April 2003

The Omnipotent Child - Group Therapy
Northern California Group Psychotherapy Society
Berkeley, California
November 2002

Ethics and Law
JFK University
Orinda, California
March 2002

OCD, Panic, Anxiety Disorders
South San Francisco, California
February 2000

A Research-Based Marital Therapy
Gottman Institute
San Francisco, California
June 2000

Training

Internship Training
University of California, Berkeley
Counseling and Psychological Services
Weekly internship training includes 2 hours of training on topics including brief dynamic psychotherapy, crisis assessment and intervention, working with diverse populations, substance abuse, clinical assessment, psychopharmacology, eating disorders and incest/abuse issues. A weekly 2-hour seminar places special emphasis on career and vocational testing and counseling. Additional training is provided in a multicultural seminar designed to help interns explore how counselor and client assumptions, backgrounds and training may influence the counseling process and a weekly 1-hour supervision seminar.
September 1998 to August 1999

Multicultural training
University of California, Berkeley
Counseling & Psychological Services
Participated in a didactic and process oriented training seminar regarding multicultural sensitivity and diversity.
September 1997 to October 1997

Weekly training at New Leaf
Topics included: DSM IV training, transsexual and transgender issues, Borderline Personality Disorder, Narcissistic Personality Disorder, Major Depression, working with a multicultural population, sexual abuse issues, working with gay and lesbian couples, group therapy, drug and alcohol abuse in the gay and lesbian community.
September 1996 to June 1997

Weekly training at Sunset Mental Health Services
Topics include: working with a psychotic population, drug and alcohol abuse, sexual abuse, group therapy, crisis intervention.
September 1995 to July 1996

Psychopharmacology training
September 1995 to November 1995

HIV and substance abuse training
September 1996 to November 1996

Other Related Experience

Discussant - Case Presentation for David Latini
California School of Professional Psychology - Alameda
May 2003

Diversity Workshop Co-facilitation
Staff Development Diversity Series
Student Affairs and Campus Life
University of California, Irvine
Responsibilities: Participated in the development and presentation of a workshop addressing gay, lesbian and bisexual issues in the workplace as part of a staff training program in diversity.
May 1993

President of the Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Student Union
University of California, Irvine
Responsibilities: Coordinated weekly meetings, and education/outreach programs. Provided informal peer counseling.
December 1989 to June 1992

Student Representative
Chancellor's Advisory Committee on the Status of Gays and Lesbians
Responsibilities entailed organizing meetings with students to talk about their needs and attending monthly meetings with the Chancellor in order to communicate these needs to him.
September 1990 to June 1992

Other Work Experience

Senior Researcher
Rockman, et.al.
San Francisco, California
Responsibilities: Conducted independent program review research in the education field. Developed research measures, collected data, conducted statistical analysis, and wrote reports.
November 2000 to November 2002

Computer Consultant
California School of Professional Psychology - Alameda
Responsibilities: Provided consultation to students regarding the use of SPSS, word processing programs, and Internet access in the CSPP computer lab.
September 1994 to June 1996

Administrative Assistant II and Internship Coordinator
Counseling Center - University of California, Irvine
Responsibilities: Coordinated pre-doctoral APA internship and practicum programs, provided administrative support for 13 staff psychologists, provided computer technical support.
December 1992 to August 1994

Awards/Honors

CSPP Student Association Award
Recognized for the contribution to the CSPP community through work at the CSPP computer lab.
May 1995

Professional Affiliations

American Psychological Association, Member
January 1990 to Present

American Psychological Association - Division 44
January 1990 to Present

Research Experience

Research Assistant
Dr. Harriet Curtis-Boles
California School of Professional Psychology, Alameda
Responsibilities: Provided 50 hours of consultation and statistical analysis regarding research exploring the antecedents of drug abuse among African American women. Areas of exploration included social support, spirituality, exposure to life stress and trauma, and experiences with racism, sexism and discrimination.
May 1996 to June 1997

Dissertation Research Consultant
California School of Professional Psychology, Alameda
November 1994 to Present

Provided statistical analysis and/or research design consultation for the following dissertation research:

Racial Identity and Womanist Identity: Correlates of Body Image and Eating Concerns Among College Women of Color

Internalized Homophobia, Stages and Processes of Change and Alcohol Use Among Gay Men, Eric Nicely, Psy.D.

Attachment & Object Relations Among Bulimic College Women, Susan Johnson, Ph.D.

Role Incongruence and Marital Adjustment in the Transition to Parenthood, Jim Sparks, Ph.D.

The Effects of Serotonergic Intervention on Personality and Mood as Measured by the Rorschach, Jill Rodgers, Ph.D.

Personality Factors Associated with the Maintenance of Safer Sexual Behavior, Brad Sickenius, Ph.D.

Rigidity of Thought, Intolerance of Ambiguity, and Trait Anxiety: A Correlational Study of Difference Religious Groups, Leslie Silver, Ph.D.

Adolescent Externalizing Behavior Problems and Family Interaction, Debra Brown, Ph.D.

Research Assistant
AIDS Response Program (ARP) - Garden Grove, California
Participated in data collection, literature searches, statistical analysis, and presentation of research on the prevention of HIV.
December 1989 to March 1992

Poster Presentation
Society of Behavioral Medicine
Presented a poster regarding AIDS Response Program research investigating the relationship between Rotter's health locus of control (HLOC) and the adoption and maintenance of safe sex behavior in gay and bisexual men.
March 1992

References

Michael O'Connor, Ph.D. (Clinical Supervisor and Consultant)
Adjunct Faculty - Stanford University
450 Ramona Street
Palo Alto, California 94301
(650) 328-2699

Trudie Heming, Ph.D. (Clinical Supervisor)
Staff Psychologist
Stanford University - Counseling and Psychological Services
866 Campus Drive
Stanford, California 94305-8580
(650) 723-3785

Thomas Merrifield, Ph.D. (Clinical Supervisor)
Staff Psychologist
University of California, Berkeley - Counseling Center
Tang Center, 2222 Bancroft Way
Berkeley, CA 94720
(510) 527-8548

Additional References Available Upon Request

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